Boy meets girl. Boy marries girl. Girl gives boy a kidney. Boy leaves girl and -- surprise, surprise -- girl wants kidney back.
That's the story one U.K. woman recently shared with newspaper the Sunday People, explaining how she donated the vital organ to her dying husband, only to have him leave her once he recovered.
Samantha Lamb, a 41-year-old mother of one, underwent the kidney transplant operation for her husband, Andy, back in October 2009. She even lost weight to prepare for the surgery, which was documented by the BBC.
But a few years after the life-saving procedure, Samantha learned that Andy was leaving her -- and now she says she wants the kidney back. (The angry wife told the paper she believes her husband cheated on her, which Andy vehemently denies.)
"I can't believe he now has a second chance to live to see his grandchildren grow up," Lamb told the paper. "I would definitely go through the operation again –- but I wouldn’t give the kidney to him. I hate him. If I could I'd take it back and give it someone else."
This isn't the first time story we've read at the intersection of divorce and organ donation -- though the last story was considerably more heartwarming. In August 2012, Massachusetts woman Erica Arsenault donated a kidney to her ex-mother-in-law, Dorothy Wolferseder, nearly 10 years after she split from Wolferseder's son, Scott.
Watch the video above for more on the Lambs' story, then check out the slideshow below for more weird divorce stories.
A young Italian groom was so unready to leave his mother's side, he brought her on his honeymoon in January 2012. His unimpressed bride asked for a divorce three weeks later.
One German woman put up with her neatfreak husband's love of household chores for 15 years until finally divorcing him in April 2009. The last straw? His decision to knock down and rebuild a wall in their home because it was dirty.
One woman got married at age 30, but told her husband she was just 24. Ten years into their marriage, in November 2007, he found out about the lie and asked for a divorce.
What would you do if your pet bird started to say things like "divorce" or "be patient"? In June 2001, those phrases proved to one woman that her husband had been unfaithful -- and that was grounds for divorce.
Size mattered too much for this man. His wife split in 2008 after a prosthetic penis extension snapped off during sex.
Would you divorce your spouse over a 60-year-old affair? In December 2011, a 99-year-old Italian man filed to do just that after discovering a love letters his 96-year-old wife had written to her lover in the 1940s. The breakup made the couple the world's oldest divorcees.
A Frenchwoman filed to divorce her husband after two decades together, citing their lack of sex as the cause. Adding insult to injury, in September 2011, a judge ordered the man to pay his ex $14,000 as compensation for failing to make the grade in the sack.